Editor’s Note September 21, 2016: Berwick Comox Valley expansion has begun
In This Issue:
- Berwick Comox Valley expansion has begun
- Riverstone residential building development permit approved
- Riverwalk mixed use building has submitted a building permit
Berwick Comox Valley expansion has begun
Site preparation is underway for the expansion to Berwick Comox Valley. It is hoped that the building permit application will be approved within the week. Once it has been issued, the concrete will be poured for the foundation. An Expression of Interest has been issued by the owner who is seeking bids for some sub trades. This EOI closes on Sept. 30 and tenders are expected to be sent to interested parties the following week. See our tender section for more information.
Riverstone residential building development permit approved
A development permit has been approved for the 71-unit residential building known as Riverstone on Riverside Lane in Courtenay. Once the building permit has been approved, construction is expected to begin immediately. The owner of the project is looking forward to starting construction in October.
Riverwalk mixed use building has submitted a building permit
A building permit application has been submitted to the City of Courtenay for the building known as Riverwalk, a mixed use building which will include 16 condominiums and 14,000 sq. ft. of commercial space on the main floor. The owner is hopeful that it will be approved within the next week or two. The commercial space is available for sale or to lease. Jeff Gallant, Director of Development for the company, hopes to start construction in October once the building permit has been issued.
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